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anaerobic in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanaerobican‧ae‧ro‧bic /ˌænəˈrəʊbɪk◂ $ -ˈroʊ-/ adjective  1 HBnot needing oxygen in order to live opp aerobic anaerobic bacteria2 without oxygen, or happening without oxygen opp aerobic anaerobic fermentation
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anaerobicPrevious research concentrated on the removal of nitrate that was observed when groundwater conditions change from aerobic to anaerobic.In certain cases, anaerobic conditions may be used to achieve specific clean-up goals, such as removing chlorinated compounds.By then the influence of anaerobic decomposition and poisonous gases will have become obvious.Like anaerobic digestion, the aerobic processing of waste material produces methane which can be used as a biogas fuel.Most importantly, farmers are unlikely to go to the expense of installing anaerobic fermenters unless the gas saves them money.A degree of anaerobic filtration should take place in this media.But I am pretty sure that too many of us are puffing up the anaerobic learning curve just for the exercise.Anaerobic training Work on anaerobic endurance at the same time that you are raising your aerobic platform.